Twitter examines fine print of #Brosurance!/rumpfshaker/status/392770758042079232
Before you run out and sign up for brosurance, it’s a good idea to know what’s in it.!/LilMissRightie/status/392763434019717120
As Twitchy reported, brosurance is a creation of the Thanks Obamacare campaign, and we think it’s meant to encourage healthy young men who like doing keg-stands to sign up for Obamacare. Their premiums are needed to offset the costs of the program, but it’s difficult to catch the attention of a 21-year-old mid-keg-stand.

The idea of brosurance is just too good an idea to let go, though. The #Brosurance hashtag quickly popped up faster than a golf shirt collar on a bro. Check it, bro!!/seanagnew/status/392760567683112960!/RBPundit/status/392761026816376832
So, what exactly is brosurance all about?!/jtLOL/status/392749504052461568!/iowahawkblog/status/392748831546150912
Chill, bro.!/MangyLover/status/392750340552294400!/jtLOL/status/392758585307852800
In order of importance to Bros.
1. Beer
2. Bros
3. Sports
4. Chicks
1675. #Brosurance

#PRfail— GOP Fashionista (@GOPfashionista) October 22, 2013!/amish1979/status/392768889416728576!/Ringo6/status/392765689020157952
But seriously, folks.!/patrickdwsn/status/392764750087462912

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